Wyoming’s Coolest Corn Maze Celebrates the Eclipse
Arguably Wyoming’s best Corn Maze is at Ellis’ Harvest Home. It’s right off I-25 on Highway 26 two hours from Casper and an hour and a half from Cheyenne in the tiny town of Lingle. It was right down the middle of eclipse totality.
Casper was an eclipse hub, but to many other small Wyoming towns, the eclipse was an even bigger deal. Most officials in those towns were glad they invested in hosting many times their populations and would do it all over again. Not many of those fields full of visitors, however, had an eclipse etched into a corn maze.
This year, the aerial view of Ellis' Harvest Home brilliantly shows an eclipse theme sculpted into the bright green field. Without seeing it, you couldn’t imagine how cool it looks. Families have enjoyed Ellis’ corn maze for over nine Octobers, and this is an eclipse 10th anniversary.
At ellisharvesthome.com see also the Wyoming versus Nebraska corn hole, little pedal tractors for kids that are too cute and the tomato launcher. (Messy?) Get some great tastes of autumn in The Red Barn Café and "get lost and found" ... in an eclipse.